Will the world ever be ready for a linear metropolis? Oliver Wainwright traces the history of the city-in-a-canyon dream.
<blockquote> <p>It may now be seen as a dystopian nightmare, the far-flung folly of an autocrat desperate for global approval, but the idea of building a self-contained linear city has preoccupied the imaginations of architects and planners for generations.</p> <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2022/sep/08/nine-million-people-in-a-city-170km-long-will-the-world-ever-be-ready-for-a-linear-metropolis">↩︎ The Guardian</a> </blockquote>
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